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2007-2008

WINTER 2008

  1. Centre for East Asian Research present Transculturelle: How Girls Cross Cultures on January 25 & 26, 2008.
    For more information Transculturelle: How Girls Cross Cultures-Workshop

    SESSION 1, 2 & 3
    Friday January 25, 2008
    11:30 - 6:30
    BRONF 451(1001 Sherbrooke St.)

    SESSION 4
    Saturday January 26, 2008
    9:30 - 11:30
    3434 McTavish Room 302

  2. Centre for East Asian Research present "True record" and "Fondness for the unusual"- Yang Xiong's Critique of the Shiji by Prof. Yang Haizheng, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Peking University

    Tuesday February 5, 2008
    4:00-5:30
    3434 McTavish Room 302


  3. Mini Beatty Lecture:The Department East Asian Studies and the Department of History present Beliefs about Seeing: The Moral Technology of Optics in Early China by Prof. Michael Nylan, University of California, Berkeley Mini Beatty Lecture

    Thursday February 21,2008
    4:30-6:00
    LEA 232
    (855 Sherbrooke St. West.)

  4. Department of East Asian Studies present The RE-working of Koreans' Popular Memory in Intra-Asian Cultural Flows by Dr. Kyong Won Yoon, East Asian Studies, McGill
    March 5, 2008
    3:30 - 5:00
    3434 McTavish Room 302
  5. Paul Hsiang Lecture Series on Chinese Poetry present Lost in Tradition: Shijing Before the Song by Professor Martin Kern, Princeton University.
    March 28, 2008
    4:30 - 6:00
    Old McGill Room, Faculty Club

FALL 2007

  1. Art History and Communications Studies Lecture Series (co-sponsored by the East Asian Studies Department) present
    ‘The Untimely Secret of Democracy: Some Aspects of the Ethico-Political Turn in Deconstruction’ by Prof. Pheng Cheah, Associate Professor, Rhetoric Department, University of California, Berkeley
    Tuesday October 9, 2007
    5:30 p.m.
    ARTS W215
  2. Japan Seminar in Montreal present 'Japan's Youth Crime in the 1990's' by Brian Bergstrom, University of Chicago
    October 17, 2007
    3:00 - 5:00
    Leacock Bldg, Room 738
  3. Paul Hsiang Lecture Series on Chinese Poetry present 'Poetry, Gender and Ethnicity: Manchu and Mongol Women Poets in Beijing, 1775- 1875' by Professor Wilt Idema, Harvard University
    October 19, 2007
    4:30 - 6:00
    Old McGill Room, Faculty Club
  4. Centre for East Asian Research and McGill Centre for Research and Teaching on Women (MCRTW) present 'Female Agency and Polygamy in China on the Verge on Modernity' by Keith McMahon
    November 8, 2007
    2:30 - 4:00
    Arts Bldg, Arts Council Room 160